15 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Its my 15 week and i have stomach pain.. what should i do

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Answer: Hi Dear! stomach pain during pregnancy to some extent is normal if it is a related to the changes that happens during the course of pregnancy what I mean to say is that during pregnancy there is a lot of change that your body goes through it keeps changing constantly Hence a little pain here and there is normal because of the muscles stretching or the organs been shifted or for the expanding uterus exact but if the pain is very uncomfortable for you and continuous and if there is any other associated problem then you should visit your gynecologist and discuss this.. Hope this helpsz
Answer: Hello, as your utreus is growing some abdominal pain during pregnancy is normal after all, your organs are constantly shifting, your uterus is expanding, and your ligaments are stretching. this is called round ligaments pain and it's normal during pregnancy. You can do exercise , walking , yoga which will help you .
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